World Market Wine Case Sale – 30%

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Wine Case Sale ends at World Market in California on April 4, 2017

Bargain Wine Alert – World Market Case Sale

World Market Cost Plus is currently having a wine case sale, with 30% off all their wines. You can choose one wine or mix-and-match all the wines to get the wine case sale price. The sale ends on April 4, 2017.  I took advantage of this case sale, mostly with their sparkling wine.  Standout prices for the Gruet Brut, Segura Viudas Reserva and the Roederer Estate Brut are about the lowest you will find these sparkling wines at Costco or any wine shop or supermarket. If you mix-or-match a case, the prices for these wines are as follows:

  • Gruet Brut – $11.99   – Average Price* – $16
  • Roederer Estate Brut Anderson Valley – $16.49 – Average Price – $20
  • Segura Viudas Brut – $6.99 – Average Price – $10

The trick for buyers in these sales is to look for the “Loss Leader,” the wines at rock -bottom prices to get you into the store. There were other wines at World Market that were no bargain indeed. They were priced quite high. For example, one of my favorite bargain white wines is the Dry Creek Vineyard Fume Blanc. I have found it at the Safeway for as low as $8.99.  According to Wine-Searcher, the average retail price around California is $13. Take a look at World Market’s case price for this wine.

not so great a wine bargain

Not so great a wine bargain

 

A few other very excellent wine bargains I found at the World Market Cost Plus wine case sale were:

  • St. Francis Sonoma Chardonnay – $9.09,  Average Price – $15
  • Locations F Red France – $13.98, Average Price – $18
  • Honig Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc – $13.29, Average Price – $18

If there is a certain sparkling wine or still wine that you like and you see it at a bargain sale price, take advantage of the case price and stock up for the year. Be sure to cellar your wine properly otherwise it will spoil, and your sale price becomes a loss.

*Average Price can be found using the Market Data section at Wine-Searcher.com. This a great tool for buying your wines.

 

Comments

  1. At my local CostCo (Folsom, CA) I was looking for a relatively inexpensive red wine to use in braising a pot roast. This CostCo has two separate wine isles, one for more expensive wines and another for under $10 bottles, jug and box wines. I thought I check the cheaper section. I found a 2012 “Confidencial Reserva” from Portugal for $7.99. There was a sticker on the label that had this wine rated 92 by WineEnthusiast. I bought it and set aside 2 cups for the pot roast. I drank the rest and found it a very nice wine. The label describes this wine as “fruity and full bodied” with some oak. I agree and would add that this wine is one of those weekday table wines that will go with a wide range of food. I intend to buy a case and plan a spring cookout (if it ever stops raining).

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